A Farmhouse…Nursery!

white nursery

Remember the pictures of our guest bedroom I showed you several weeks ago? You know, that UGLY room with four layers of wallpaper, hideous blue carpet, and horrendous mirrored closet doors?

Well, due to an unexpected “change of plans” our guest room will be our new nursery in about 24 weeks

Yup, I’m 16 weeks pregnant!

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Another Farmhouse Tour


Remember my field trip to the saw mill a week ago?

Well, I went on another field trip this past week — but this time, I only had to go about 5 miles down the road to another old farmhouse.

The Maple Ridge Farm

This 1830′s farmhouse is proudly owned by Tom and Sandy Ralya, who have completely renovated every . . . Read More

My Field Trip… to the Saw Mill!

Stacks of Wood Flooring

I went on a field trip this past week!

Yup, I drove over 90 minutes one way {and I hate driving} to look at wood floors — but not just ANY wood floors — these are floors made from old, reclaimed barn wood.

Floors that looked like this…

Aren’t They Fantastic!

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Farmhouse Inspiration

Farmhouse Bedroom

Since our guest bedroom currently looks like this: {more pictures coming soon}

And our goal is for it to look like this:

Photo Credit: Country Living

We have a bit of work to do!

But while we’re busy chipping away at our many projects, I thought it would be fun for you to take a . . . Read More

The Master Bedroom…

Master Bedroom

Now that we’ve successfully completed our very first project, we figured it was time to move on to something bigger and better.

The Master Bedroom!

First of all, I just want to show you a picture of our super cute master bedroom over in our old house. {Sorry the picture is kind-of grainy}.

Here’s a better picture of . . . Read More

Farmhouse Love is Live


It’s finally finished!

FarmhouseLove.com is up and running with just two days left before our big move on December 20!

Take a few moments to look around, learn a bit more about us, about our homes history, and why we wanted to create this website. We hope you enjoy following us as we completely renovate our 120 year old farmhouse.

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